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ServerForm
ServerStratum StratumOne
CountryCode US MD
Hostname time-b.nist.gov
IP Address 129.6.15.29
IPv6 Address

UseDNS No
PoolMember No
ServerLocation NIST Central Computer Facility, Gaithersburg, Maryland
GeographicCoordinates

ServerSynchronization ACTS dial-up using lockclock algorithm
ServiceArea NSFnet, SURAnet
AccessPolicy OpenAccess
AccessDetails Open access for up to 20 queries per hour (one-day average) from any one address, others by arrangement
NotificationMessage No
AutoKey No
AutoKeyURL

ServerContact Judah Levine (jlevine@boulder.nist.gov) 303 492 7785
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